Best Way To Get A Digital Product To Physical Product?

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Quick question.

I sell a digitally delivered 22 week home study course. It totals about 8 hours of video tuition and 214 pages of pdf written materials. Plus an assortment of bonuses.

I'd like to get 10 'physical' version made up and test to see if they're as popular as the digital version.

I'm pretty sure I can cover the manufacture of the DVD's, but have no idea about getting the written material printed and the whole lot put into a nifty looking box.

Can any one here recommend a company that could do this? I'm in the UK if that makes any difference.

Thanks in advance for your help.

Kind regards

#digital #physical #product
  • Profile picture of the author Shaun OReilly
    If you need to distribute printed materials as well as just
    DVDs then you may want to consider solutions such as:


    Vervante (no affil.)

    DVD and CD Duplication & Replication, Printing and Packaging (no affil.)

    Kunaki is an option if you wanted to distribute DVDs or CDs
    only and then include PDFs on data disks instead of print outs.

    You also need to consider if the majority of your customers
    are based in the UK or not. If they're mainly in the UK, then
    consider getting a UK-based fulfilment house to minimize
    shipping times and associated costs.

    Dedicated to mutual success,



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